Show me your Bellies!

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    This afternoon I’m going to shoot the newborn of a couple whose maternity photos I shot a couple months ago. Not Danielle & Jeff (above), but Natalie whose family just grew by another this past week. Newborns are always difficult because not only are they not good at taking direction, but typically they’re shot at the parent’s home, which may or may not be the best location and lighting. Luckily, I have my macro lens just in case.

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    1. * Pia * 54 months ago | reply

      Awesome shot! Love it!

    2. evanleavitt 54 months ago | reply

      Wow, love it. So good. Inspiring!

    3. Ireena Eleonora Worthy 54 months ago | reply

      Great capture...such a loving scene.

    4. jhony_S 54 months ago | reply

      Amazing & cute!

    5. [Adam Baker] 54 months ago | reply

      Hmm, Ginger tea...I'll have to keep this one on file, it sounds awesome.
      What a clever shot here, a shot with the couple alone would be great, but w/ the sunset...awesome!

    6. "CF" 54 months ago | reply

      lovely one

      (((( CF )))

    7. Bad, Bad Lechroy Brown 54 months ago | reply

      super creative
      bravo!

    8. Lisa Chu Photography 54 months ago | reply

      woah. I like this photo. great lighting and good control of the background color (unlike mine). HAHAHA. I Just can't stop laughing at the guy. very creative!!!

    9. MTSOfan 54 months ago | reply

      What a great idea! I like the darkness, and the dusk or dawn in the background.

    10. jcarrionphoto 54 months ago | reply

      So beautiful moment.

    11. Kimberly-Marie 54 months ago | reply

      Beautifully done! Love it!

    12. jesset23 52 months ago | reply

      i love this.

    13. KimmyLee. 47 months ago | reply

      I love the bellies touching. Cute photo of you and your kids. :-)

    14. Studio Cline 22 months ago | reply

      Beautiful sky and lighting!

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